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Barcelona finally signed Memphis Depay as a free agent after several weeks of being locked in negotiations with the star forward. The Spanish La Liga giants, managed by Ronald Koeman, placed signing the former Manchester United winger as one of their priorities this summer and their fans have also expressed their excitement following the confirmation of his signing and unveiling. Depay finished last season as a Lyon player but he refused to sign a new contract extension as he insisted that he wanted to move to the next step in his career and signing for a club of Barcelona’s status was the perfect move he could not reject.

Depay was not Barcelona’s only signing this summer as the Catalan giants also completed a deal for Sergio Agüero after the striker ran out of his contract at Manchester City and was not offered a new contract. However, while Agüero is more of a short-term signing, Depay, a younger player, is seen as one that can represent the Blaugrana for a couple of years to come.
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The trend of former and veteran players commending and lauding the stars of the current generation has continued to soar and while the praise has been spreading across to a lot of players, they have been well-deserved. Just recently, former Chelsea midfield star Cesc Fabregas heaped huge praise on the Blues’ current star Mason Mount, and former Barcelona midfield maestro Andres Iniesta continued the trend by lauding Barcelona’s Pedri for his recent performances in a Barca shirt that earned him his first call-up to the Spanish national team.

And now, former Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben has joined the train after recently praising Memphis Depay. Depay, a former Lyon star has been in a very bright form for the Netherlands in recent times and is seen as one of the Holland national team’s best players – if not the best – with his recent performances on the pitch in Dutch colors.
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Former Bayern Munich star Arjen Robben held an interview recently and he had a couple of things to say about his former employers. After failed spells at Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid and at English Premier League side Chelsea, Robben moved to Germany, joining Bayern Munich where he eventually put his career back on track and also won several titles as well. The winger came out of retirement to play for his former side Groningen in the Dutch Eredivisie for promotional reasons.

In the interview, the former Netherlands international attacker spoke about his time at Bayern Munich, how he managed to put his previous career problems behind him to make a strong comeback with the German Bundesliga giants, and he also talked about the club’s current crop of players and their chances of competing against the top and best teams across Europe.
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When Bayern Munich agreed on a deal with Manchester City for the transfer of Leroy Sane back to Germany, everyone immediately agreed that the transfer was going to be a highly beneficial one for the German Bundesliga giants. Truly so, since the German winger joined the Bavarian club, he has proved to be an excellent and exciting signing. With his pace, speed, and goal-scoring sense, he has shown that he was indeed a much-needed purchase for the club.

His attributes immediately remind one of a prime Arjen Robben at Bayern Munich, with the former Netherlands international man being a huge star during his time. Robben formed a deadly and exciting attacking partnership with former France international winger Franck Ribery. While Robben operated on the right, Ribery operated on the opposite side and both of them not only caused havoc, they also terrorized defenders on sight.
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Moroccan international Youssef El-Arabi was able to replicate the feat from Arjen Robben and others after he scored against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium earlier this month.

El-Arabi was responsible for the lone goal as his Olympiacosside won away at Arsenal for the second successive season in the Europa League.
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Robben Set To Retire For Second Time After Injury-plagued Groningen Return

Former Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben will reportedly retire from playing professional football for the second time given how his return to the sport has been marred by series of injuries while playing for his boyhood club Groningen. The winger has been restricted to just two cameo appearances for the Dutch club since joining them in the summer but says he

Robben considering second retirement as injuries spoil dream Groningen return

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Arjen Robben Groningen 2020-21


The 37-year-old has only made two brief appearances in the Eredivisie since making his return but he is desperate to play a part for his team
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Bayern Munich winger Douglas Costa will end the current season with the Bavarian giants after he was unable to join a new team before the transfer window ended on Monday. Douglas Costa is on a season-long loan deal at Bayern Munich from parent club Juventus and has not seen much playing time at the Allianz Arena. He was previously a Bayern Munich player before he left the Germans to sign for Juventus.

Last summer, Douglas Costa left Juventus to sign for Bayern Munich on loan for the season.Douglas Costa is a player that has impressed fellow winger Arjen Robben during the course of his career. Arjen Robben and Douglas Costa were teammates at Bayern Munich. Arjen Robben once described the Brazilian international as a special player and that he’s a real talent. Arjen Robben left Bayern Munich some seasons ago and went on to retire from football. He came out of retirement to sign for his beloved team Groningen but he has not been able to play much for them due to several injuries. Arjen Robben has been restricted to just two appearances in the league in the colours of Groningen. In addition, the Dutch player has not featured for his team this year. Read more »


Former Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben has admitted that he would love to be involved in more games on the pitch before finally bringing his long career to an end. He has had to battle with recurring groin injuries since coming out of retirement to join Dutch team Groningen.

After just 40 minutes into his first game of the season, Robben suffered the same injury and does not yet know when he will return to full fitness so he can keep enjoying his football with the little time he has left in his career.
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In the 2004 summer transfer window, Manchester United looked all certain to secure the signing of Dutch winger Arjen Robben from Dutch side PSV Eindhoven. Sir Alex Ferguson, the former United boss made inquiries about the player having earlier registered an interest in him.

Robben visited the United training ground back then and looked all set to complete the switch to Old Trafford but according to Rio Ferdinand, Robben had a bizarre reason for opting against moving to the red side of Manchester.
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Skills of Douglas Costa remind Arjen Robben


Some of the players make such a place in the mind of the sports lovers that they try to find out glimpses of his skills in every mind-blowing move made by other players. Arjen Robben was such a player, who is still remembered for his extraordinary skills in football. The goal of Douglas Costa for Juventus, against Genoa, had a glimpse of the skills of Arjen Robben. The football experts have started comparing him with the Dutch superstar Arjen Robben after his stunning goal to seal victory in the Serie A match against Genoa. The fierce move towards inside and shooting the ball with the left foot by Douglas Costa has stunned the whole world. This shot has been copied from the Netherlands maestro Robben. Costa is getting compliments that he is Robben in disguise.


Arjen Robben, the Dutch maestro is now playing for Groningen. Since he has retired from international football, he is now playing for the Dutch club situated in the Groningen province of Netherlands. He is basically blessed with his skills of dribbling and passing. He has a high accuracy rate of correct passes to his teammates.
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